Watch Live as the ESA’s Probe Lands on the Red Planet


ON WEDNESDAY MORNING, if all goes well, the European Space Agency’s Schiaparelli probe will alight on rusty Martian dirt. It’s been zipping through space for seven months now, and once it triggers its parachute, pops off its protective coverings, and lands, it’ll kick off a six-year mission to test Mars for signs of ancient (or current!) life.

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